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would need a lawyer. a criminal defense lawyer. the michigan detectives and the pennsylvania state police arrested him at his workplace, the comic bookstore. as he was led away after a later court appearance he loudly proclaimed that police had nabbed the wrong man. >> there's no way. no, i didn't do this. >> the cold case had turned red hot. michael george was returning to michigan and would stand trial for the first-degree murder of his wife. a case prosecutors knew would be hard to prove in the age of csi and show-me forensic evidence, that's because there was none. so it would come down to a single witness and his recollection of a solitary phone call he said he made on a friday the 13, 1990. >> coming up, a twist in court few would have predicted. >> initially, never crossed the line. after five hours you start to worry. >> when "the comic book murder volume 2" continues. that i just love to do every single day. ♪ it's the way i've made my living for over 30 years. ♪ every time we leave the dock, it's an adventure. the one thing people might not realize when they're going
off against what the papers were calling a million dollar defense dream team hired by denny's father. the lead defense attorney was day of the chessnah. the girl's mother was called to the stand. >> those were her favorite pants. >> it all came down to the contents of the trash bag found beneath the window. of all of the dna tests run on hannah hannah's clothing spotted with blood only one came back to denny, a small semen stain on the the underwear. >> they're kids. they're fooling around. that doesn't mean he raped her. >> the case went to the jury and in the midst of deliberations came a stunning turn. the judge, quite unexpectedly walked into the jury room and declared a mistrial. she said she took that drastic measure because she was getting a report that one of the jurors was talking about a lie detector test not in evidence. a lie detector test brad oborn, hannah's boyfriend had taken and passed. that, said the judge, was jury misconduct. >> the court finds that the jury is unable to fulfill the obligations required by law. >> the prosecution team was stunned. >> it was not a
or deception. the defense argued she did not deceive anyone in it case, an element needed for conviction. this was her second trial. her first trial last fall also ended in a hung jury. her case forced the d.a. to drop charges in hundreds of other criminal cases in which her crime lab was associated. >> the investigative unit exposing a massive infestation at a local distributor. now the company says it is ready to reopen. tony kovalev less ski takes us behind the scenes. >> san francisco's archbishop in in the spotlight again over controversial gay marriage remarks. >> we got thinking at some point we should do a better job and go back making it right. >> an emotional ceremony four decades in the making. why it took a local police department so long to honor a fallen officer. >> i'm jeff ranieri in the bay area "weather center." a lot of hazy sunshine. some of the worst air quality in the north, central and also the east bay. what we need is rain to wash this out. none on the radar. we'll let you know when that moves in coming up in just a few minutes. an east bay deli is back in busine
. the niners are also known for a stellar defense. they ranked third in the nfl in to total defs this year. how many teams have won a super bowl in the last 20 years supporting a top three defense? the answer is only five of the 20 teams with the average defensive rank for a super bowl champ coming in at 9.2. regular season record would indicate that the 49ers are a better football team than the ravens about but in the last two decades, the team with the better record has won the big game only eight times. the team with the lesser record has won eight times as well. and four games featured teams with the same record. the record is basically a wash, which is to say it doesn't mean anything. now all these numbers might seem a little bit unpalletable. there is hope yet for 49ers fans. the most important metric has yet to be released. i am told the annual janelle wang prediction we are waiting fortruly who will win. >> i am predicting the niners win. i will release how many points next wednesday. >> mark it on your calendar. >>> the newest colin kaepernick t-shirt. in anticipation for the super bow
. coming up, we will tell you about two of the members of the defenseive unit. both with a unique relationship. reporting from the banks of the mighty mississippi. i'm jim kozimore. nbc bay area news. >> jim kozimore, looking sharp and he will be reporting all week for us. the super bowl bet, dianne feinstein and barbara boxer made a wager. both cities known for crab, if the ravens win, we send them dungenous crab, sourdough bread, and if they win, they will send us baltimore beer. and crab cakes. here is terry white, he is a long time 49ers fan, he is going to his sixth super bowl. he has been to all of them now, courtesy of jed york. he received an e-mail from york and at first he thought it was fake. but it was true. he can thank the article that talked about his five previous super bowl trips. he was planning to watch this at home, now he is headed to the big easy. >> to go to six, i'm totally blessed. it's -- i'm still kind of in shock. to tell you the truth. i just didn't think it was going to happen. >> can you imagine getting tickets to the super bowl courtesy of the owner
enforcement has come up with its own defense plan for super bowl sunday. 1300 federal agents and 270 state troopers will support police in new orleans. the u.s. coast guard will patrol the lower mississippi river for any coastal threat. and the pentagon says norad will be monitoring the skies over the big easy ready to scramble fighter jets at a moment's notice. >>> stay with nbc bay area for complete coverage of super bowl week. we'll bring you everything 49ers. >>> new this morning, the senate judiciary committee held a hearing called what should americans do about gun violence? the hearing was opened with an emotional plea by former representative gabrielle giffords. >> violence is a big problem. too many children are dying. too many children. we must do something. >> giffords attended the hearing with husband astronaut mark kelly who also spoke. the former congresswoman has become a public advocate for gun control after being severely injured in a shooting at a campaign event more than two years ago in tucson, arizona. >> that was a powerful press conference. >> nra vice president wayn
. >>> president obama's choice to become the next secretary of defense faced some tough questions on capitol hill this morning during his confirmation hearing. republicans grilled chuck hagel on the 2007 surge. he insisted that was not the only issue that defined him. hagel also reaffirmed his support for israeli security and his stance that all options must be on the table to prevent iran from gaining nuclear capability. >>> time to check on business and tech. shares in facebook falling this morning even after the company says it made far more money than investors expected. scott mcgrew, you say investors don't get facebook. >> no, they don't. we've never dealt with a social network that makes $1.6 billion every quarter. there's nothing to compare it to to say, how does facebook compare to the rest of the social network industry. facebook made more money that analysts expected. the stock fell 6% on the hope this morning, currently down around 2%. wall street trying to digest yesterday's shocker that the american economy actually shrank last quarter. tomorrow we get the january jobs report. so th
for a stel lart defense. >> coming in at 9.2. >> last regular season record indicated that they're a better football season. but in the last two decades, the team with the better record has won the game only 8 times. so record is basically a wash. which is to say it doesn't mean anything. now, while some of these figures seem a little unpalette about, i do hear the good piece of nusz. the most important metric was relewised today. so therive it. >> very wise of you. that's what we're all doing. of course, we'll have continue g ing coverage of the 49ers. >> and the famous point spread will be coming within the next week. >>> a preview. i duosee a sunny future for the quantitiers. >> coming upright now, '40s and '50s outside. you'll probably notice this. it's helping to keep our overniekt temperatures in the 40s. still a sliegts chance of a few showers, but less than at 6:00. so here eegs a look at some of your rain. mainly off to the north. you can see a few showers here. not guilty only do you not have a lot of moisture, youd also have a little lift og. temperatures are going to drop down.
their support to become the next secretary of defense. >> right up the stairs, sir. >> reporter: chuck hagel would break new ground as the first enlisted man, first vietnam veteran, to run the pentagon. and first cabinet nominee to get the super pac treatment. tv ads against his confirmation. >> chuck hagel is not a responsible option. >> reporter: but it was hagel's former colleagues and even friends who waged a coordinated attack today on hagel's judgment. john mccain seized on hagel's vocal opposition to the surge of troops in iraq in 2007. >> the question, senator hagel, the question is, were you right or wrong. that's a pretty straightforward question. >> well, i'm not going to give you a yes or no answer. >> reporter: hagel knew he who damage control to do. >> i should have used another term, and i'm sorry. >> reporter: over his 2008 comments related to israel that a, quote, jewish lobby intimidates a lot of people in congress. >> name one person, in your opinion, who is intimidated by the israeli lobby in the united states senate. >> well, first -- >> name one. >> i don't know. >> rep
with democrats and republicans in congress to put the budget on a path to balance and saved defense. i think the sequester is going to happen because that $1.2 trillion in spending cuts, we can't lose those spending cuts. and don't for get one other thing. i wrote legislation and passed it in the house twice to replace those sequesters with cuts in other areas of government. we have shown how to protect defense spending by cutting spending in other areas. in our budget last year, we did take money out of defense. just not nearly as much as the president seems to want to. but we think the sequesters will happen because the democrats have opposed our efforts to replace those cuts with others and offered no alternatives. >> is this worth shutting the government down over? >> no one is talking about shutting the government down. >> well, it's a piece of the leverage that conservatives have. you didn't want to fight over the debt ceiling because you thought you can't do tha you have to pay the government's bills. do you think this fight over priority is worth shutting the government down? >> we'r
and defense. >> just go out and play like yourself. i mean, randy's always been, in my ear about just going out and playing like myself and making sure that i'm relaxed out there. >> this is work ethic, man. this is a guy that's been in the league for so long and yet, you know, he's still out here competing at the highest level with us. i mean, we will take some of the guys, as far as myself shs and t. brown and some guys will work with him, just on releases. not because he has to, because he wants to. he wants to help us out in the secondary, do a good job picking up things on the sideline, especially on game days. he will see something out there, he will come to our bench and let us know, this is what's happening, this is what they're doing. it's good to hear from a guy like that who has been in the league for a while. played in our position. he knows a lot of ins and outs. >> randy, he's going to be a hall of fame player. he's someone that deserves a super bowl ring. we want to send him out the right way. >> of all the things moss has plibed in his nfl career, the big plays do stand out.
of turlock. one of the 70,000 began tearing up nfl defenses with laser passes and gazelle like speed. >> we've never been on the map before. >> reporter: right now everyone knows the town of turlock is the home town of colin kaepernick with the 49ers heading to the super bowl, locals are swelling with the kind of pride that can only be express in the baked goods. >> the kap cake is a red velvet cake, kaem's favorite. cream cheese icing. there are kap cookies in the old time pastry shop. >> we had 100 trays on saturday. 80 on sunday. we sold out on saturday. >> at the hotdog restaurant, it come with cabbage, jalapeÑos and chili. it seems everyone here is eating up. >> it is a little surreal when you turn on sports center and every other comary is about kaepernick. >> reporter: amy remembers kaepernick, a top student who excelled in every sport he tried. >> athletically he was so fun to watch play anything. he is so talented. and dynamic. on the feel or the basketball court. >> that's him in his freshman year. >> reporter: the football coach brandon harris recalls the gifted athlete who was
of the money is owed to her defense attorney. >> and sea foam in one coastal town of australia. streets were flood with these bubbles as well as the air. rough water whipped up the foam and brought it on shore. the fluffy stuff was up to ten feet in some areas and made for a few good photo opes. >>> migraine sufferers, listen up. a new treatment is in the works. coated glasses that block wave lengths of light are being developed. most migraine patients are sensitive to light which can trigger painful headaches. it could be helpful to pregnant women and children who can't take most migraine medications. >>> one week until the big game on wall street it's the super bowl of data. this morning industrial heavyweight caterpillar kicks things off with earnings before the bell. exxonmobil is on deck after passing a slinging apple on friday. investors will be looking for clues as to how long it will hold on to the title of largest u.s. company by market capitalization. >>> we'll find out the status of yahoo!'s turn around. a slew of economic data out this week will all help determine whether the s&p
democrats want to limit magazines to ten bullets. while republicans say self defense may require more. >> one bullet in the hand of a mentally unstable person or a convicted felon is one too many. six bullets in the hands of a mother protecting her twin 9-year-olds may not be enough. >> reporter: today, in an interview with telemundo's jose diaz balart, president obama said new restrictions could make a difference. >> even if it doesn't save every person who is a potential victim of gun violence. we save a few. if we don't do that, shame on us. >> reporter: and the president goes on the road to minnesota monday to sell his own reforms. and many republicans and members of the nra are saying prosecutors today need to do more to enforce the laws that are already on the books. brian? >> kelly o'donnell, after a big day on the hill. kelly, thanks. >>> there are fewer places in this country with tougher gun laws than the city of chicago. there are no gun stores in the city, and yet nowhere in this country is the problem of gun violence more dramatic than in the president's hometown. there w
an eye on for you. will he or won't he get the nod? hoping to become the next secretary of defense, former senator chuck hagel answers tough questions from the senate armed services committee. the white house is optimistic but not taking anything for granted and is preparing carefully. >>> and this afternoon, the senate decides whether to raise the debt ceiling for the next few months. in the bill, an interesting provision that would hold the members' pay if they failed to pass the budget by february 15th. >>> all right, tornados tearing through the south and the midwest is digging out. bill karins is sorting through this for us. >> unfortunately we had the first tornado fatality in this country in about 220 days. that had been a record. the story this morning is what's happening behind this storm that's exiting the northeast this morning. the windchills and the cold, i mean, winter has returned with a fury. it is like winter was mad at the big warm up we had a couple days ago. minus windchill of 32 in fargo. a couple spots are close to minus 50 in north dakota. a little bit of col
. >>> confirmation won't be easy. there is a beatle for the pick for secretary of defense. one of his biggest opponent is also a military friend, senator john mccain. >> were you correct or incorrect when you said that the surge would be the most dangerous foreign policy blunder in this country since vietnam? >> well, i'm not going to give you a yes or no. i think it is far more complicated than that. >> that is the tone on capitol hill. >> the police department held a moving ceremony today to remember an officer killed in the line of doubty he was killed four decades ago. reserve officers lester coal was hit while setting out flares. he was the first palo alto police officer killed in the line of duty. department the department had an official grave site ceremony to remember him. the chief says the tribute was long overdue. >> we kept thinking at some point we should do a better job. >> coal's widow said her husband loved helping people and loved volunteering. she said he wouldn't have minded that the ceremony was 44 years late. >>> san francisco's arch bishop is making international news co
own defense, she was all over me. oh, stop kissing me. okay, if you must. importantly, these are shelter dogs. all 63 of them. and because right down to their individual player profiles on the web, they are all so irresistible, that's the one frustration viewers may have with this show taped so far in advance. >> is it at all frustrating, the people who don't know the lead time, and they call in or e-mail you, i want to adopt pearl, and pearl is already in a happy home situation. >> your home. >> well -- or one like ours. but at least you can assure people they all go live in good homes. >> they do. they all go to happy, healthy homes, right? >> so if your team isn't in the big game sunday, if there are too many penalty time-outs, though come to think of it, we have them here, too -- you may consider this the warm and fuzzy game day alternative. >> you are ridiculously cute. scared yourself to death. >> one more note about the lovely pearl. while she did not go home with us, she was adopted by a loving family, and it is enjoying a family and is enjoying a she is now 5
super bowl crown, they have chemistry. it comes especially at the line backing corps of that defensive unit. in fact, let's focus in on a couple of those guys. we'll call them patrick willis and navarro bauman. they've become a powerful 1-2 p punch in the line backing korm and their play is strengthening by learning from each other. bauman commented on the special relationship between the two. >> me and pat's relationship is very brotherly like. we do pretty much any and everything together, you know, whether we have any problems or whether it's something good. we have success. we enjoy playing with each other. you know, and i think we both push each other every single day. we don't get complacent with anything that we receive or accomplish. we always just trying to do better and make sure we can make our team better. >> and the 49ers came to new orleans on sunday, the baltimore ravens touched down in new orleans. this afternoon to begin their final preparation for super bowl xlvii and upon arrival their head coach john harbaugh spoke with the media and he told everyone what this trip
defense cuts take effect because that means a lot of the domestic cuts take effect which is conservativism and getting their way. also possibly hurting the economy. although that's a conspiratorial notion on my part. what are the republicans going to do? big issue coming up. >> we reported this week that they're going -- the moving toward letting those across the board cuts go in and this is the best shot we have at it. budget control. it's going to become the law. march 1. so there's no debate about that. and to undo them, democrats are demanding tax increases. and republicans are saying no way. chris: an expert on capitol hill. kelly. what do you think -- when you go around and just chat with people, do you sense that there is this cracking of ice that maybe we should have a hand in legislation and not just say no? >> i think there's less focus on what the obama politics of the moment or his legacy. and it's beginning to creep, at least with some people, about what story they will be able to tell for the next election of what they did. they recognize that the president has had a lot of c
to charges. she obtained the drug by fraud or by deception. madden's defense lawyers are arguing she did not deceive anybody in this case which is an element which is needed for conviction under the law. >>> the man accused of opening fire inside oakland's university and killing seven people is back in court today. a judge will determine whether one goh will be held until he is deemed competent to stand trial. he'll most likely be treated for schizophrenia at napa state hospital. the court will receive a progress report every 90 days. earlier this month a judge decided goh was incompetent to stand trial. prosecutors say he plans the killing spree after becoming angry with school officials over a tuition dispute. >>> some quirky fixtures with tiny beards and mini little pants on there in oakland could be removed by pg&e. they wear knickers. dozen of tiny gnomes have popped up attached to fences and power poles there. pg&e says it's concerned that the screws they drill into the walls there to will compromise the structural integrity of the phone poles and prompt others to attach creations
in self-defense. he was a first round draft pick. which also played for the raiders. he faces up to nine years in prison. this case will continue in april. >>> will, it was bad enough when it was adults. sad when it was tierjne agers. the latest innocent to be hit, a first grader shot this afternoon, standing right outside of her east orange county land home. terry is live outside of police headquarters. it could have been worse for this little girl. >> far, far worse. it would only by chance that this 8 year old little was wasn't wounded. tonight it's also quit where the little girl was shot. uabout 2:45, flying through the windows and walls of this house. police say several people were getting out of the suv when a car load of people pulled up and they opened fire. only one person was hit. >> unfortunately, a young 8-year-old girl was shot in the leg. she suffered a nonlife threatening injury. >> reporter: mothers who live on this block could only cry or console. the woman facing us has a 5-year-old girl. the woman with her back to us has an 8-year-old boy. they did not want to show th
, after turning up in a defense motion for guantanamo detainees. >> it led investigators to mr. kiriakou who admitted in court that he knowingly intentionally outed the identity of this agent. >> reporter: identifying himself as a whistleblower for leaking the waterboarding techniques. >> in your opinion, torture or not torture? >> yes, torture. i'm not saying it wasn't necessary at the time. i'll let the lawyers decide whether it was legal, but at the time i think it was necessary to disrupt terrorist attacks. >> reporter: playing a key role in capturing al qaeda leaders but prosecutors say he is no hero. initially they charge him with leaking other names but dropped those charges when he agreed to plead guilty. >> he revealed other classified information to other reporters and this was really just the tip of the iceberg. >> reporter: in court friday, federal judge leoni brinkama called the sentence, frankly, way too light. signed a letter urging president obama to commute the sentence. >> it is terribly ironic that in an administration that outlawed the use of torture for interrogating
. >> the classic defense is you're in the middle of the trial, they point at the back door and tell the jury how do you know that person is not going to walk in through that door? is that a reasonable doubt? you can ending up with a not guilty just by that fact alone. >> our primary concern was to find the body. >> but brandon lavergne wasn't cooperating. so prosecutors gathered to make a very tough decision, offer to take the death penalty off the table in exchange for a full confession and the whereabouts of mickey's body. >> did you hate that or were you eager to make that deal? >> i was eager to make that deal. finding the body was important obviously for the prosecution, but as important for us in this case was finding her to bring her back to her family. >> my feeling was, we want her found. >> before i could say a word, she says i want the body found. >> but the d.a.'s office wasn't going to make this easy for lavergne. he would also have to confess to the other murder back in 1999. >> he had two death penalty cases to think about, not one. >> you think that swayed him? >> i think it was a f
of defense nominee chuck hagel faces a senate confirmation here today. michael has more on his experiences in vietnam. good morning, michael. >> tammeron, good morning. when chuck hagel appears before the senate foreign relations committee this morning right behind him will be his younger brother tom, a law professor in dayton, ohio. more than 40 years ago the two were the only siblings to serve in the same army squadron during the vietnam war, a real life band of brothers that saved each other's lives, shaping chuck hagel's thinking about war to this day. 1968, the bloodiest year of the vietnam war, two young brothers from nebraska fighting side by side. they barely survived. >> a concussion was incredible. it knocked us both down. he was flat on his back, bled all over his chest. >> tom hagel bandaged up and saved the life of his older brother chuck hagel. >> if you really want to understand chuck and his view on the use of force, you have to go back and start at his experiences in vietnam. >> just a month after the hagel's close call, another explosion, and this time it was chuck who ca
the upcoming week. st. erica? >> thanks. >>> notre dame officials are playing defense when it comes to their star linebacker, manti te'o. the embarrassmenting hoax involving him -- embarrassing hoax involved him that turned out to be a fake girlfriend. in a letter, the school says the controversy is a personal matter, not a criminal one. here's more. >>> manti te'o, thank you for being here today. >> reporter: in his first televised interviewer, one went told katie couric he'd been had, the victim of a prank. now notre dame president reverend john jenkins says in a letter to trustees obtained by the associated press a prank is all it was, nothing criminal. "this matter was personal to manti." he told couric what he told officials, that his online girlfriend was actually the picture of a stranger used without permission and accompanied by a hoaxster's voice. >> "i love you so much, hun. sweet dreams." >> reporter: he said when he was told in september that she'd lost her battle against leukemia, he played on because she'd wanted him to. a big storyline in notre dame's storybook seaso
a defense between him and law enforcement, because he was supposed to go to court last wednesday. well, he has accomplished that. somebody died. i know that negotiators will be trying to minimize that and saying it was a terrible thing. but you may not have wanted that to happen. and what they would like mr. dykes to do is you and i may be talking to him right now, lester, is to come out and tell his side of the story. we have heard neighbors and other people rant and rage and suggest that the type of person he is. we know he's a vietnam veteran that served his country. this is time for him to come out, to release that little boy, but for him to stand up and say this is the reason, this is what drove me to this. so i think there are millions of people who are ready to hear what he has to say. >> we've all seen so many movies and tv shows, where after ten minutes, s.w.a.t. teams go storming in. this is a very difficult space. a four foot by six foot long bunker. typically these things end without a raid, do they not? >> 85% or more of standoff situations like this, at least end nonviolently
senator chuck hagel's nomination as secretary of defense will be put to a vote some time next week. this after hagel was met with sharp questions from both sides of the aisle during his confirmation hearing on thursday. nbc's kelly o'donnell is live on capitol hill. kelly, good morning. >> good morning, matt. the white house is not sounding alarm bells but officials do say this was not a perfect performance from chuck hagel who served in the senate for 12 years, a republican from nebraska, and you would think that would make him very familiar with confirmation hearings, but it didn't turn out that way. respected for his decorated combat service in vietnam, but repeatedly pressed about his views on today's hot spots, even democrats took issue when chuck hagel referred to iran as a legitimate government. >> i do not see iran or the iran nan government as a legitimate government and i would like your thoughts on that. >> what i meant to say, should have said, it's recognizable. it's been recognized, is recognized at the un. >> reporter: both parties wanted reassurance on israel. >> i'
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